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1 Chapter 20 Preview Bellringer Key Ideas Risks of Teen Sexual Activity Section 1 What Are the Risks?PreviewBellringerKey IdeasRisks of Teen Sexual ActivityTeen PregnancyAbstinence Eliminates the Risks of Teen Sexual Activity
2 Chapter 20Section 1 What Are the Risks?BellringerList the responsibilities of a teen parent. How do these compare to the responsibilities of a teen who is not a parent?
3 Chapter 20Section 1 What Are the Risks?Key IdeasIdentify the possible consequences, especially for teens, of sexual activity before marriage.Describe how pregnancy can affect the lives of teen parents and babies of teens.Identify how abstinence eliminates the risks of teen sexual activity.Predict how a pregnancy now (yours or your partner’s) would affect your life goals.
4 Risks of Teen Sexual Activity Chapter 20Section 1 What Are the Risks?Risks of Teen Sexual ActivityPossible consequences of teen sexual activity include:loss of self-esteemunplanned pregnancysexually transmitted diseasesAbstinence is the only sure way to eliminate the risks of teen sexual activity.
5 Chapter 20 Teen Pregnancy Section 1 What Are the Risks?Teen Pregnancy1 in 10 female teenagers gets pregnant each year.One out of three girls becomes pregnant at least once before reaching the age of 20.Teen pregnancies are hard on the mother’s health.Babies born to teen mothers are more likely to have health problems.
6 Chapter 20 Teen Pregnancy Section 1 What Are the Risks?Teen PregnancyOther reasons to avoid being a teen parent include:You will have less time for yourself.Most teen mothers don’t marry the father.Most pregnant teens do not finish high school.Parents are legally responsible for their child’s well-being.On average, teen fathers make less money than male teens who are not fathers.
7 Abstinence Eliminates the Risks of Teen Sexual Activity Chapter 20Section 1 What Are the Risks?Abstinence Eliminates the Risks of Teen Sexual ActivityThere are many nonsexual ways to show affection.Make your date feel special.Find hobbies to do together.Spend time with and get to know your date.Show respect for your date.
8 Chapter 20 Preview Bellringer Key Ideas STDs: The Silent Epidemic Section 2 What Are Sexually Transmitted Diseases?Chapter 20PreviewBellringerKey IdeasSTDs: The Silent EpidemicSTDs and TeensPreventing STDs
9 Section 2 What Are Sexually Transmitted Diseases? Chapter 20BellringerList behaviors that put you at risk for sexually transmitted diseases. Then list behaviors that prevent you from being at risk.
10 Section 2 What Are Sexually Transmitted Diseases? Chapter 20Key IdeasDescribe why sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are said to be a “silent epidemic.”Identify why teenagers are particularly at risk for being infected with STDs.List steps you can take to prevent the spread of STDs.
11 STDs: The Silent Epidemic Section 2 What Are Sexually Transmitted Diseases?Chapter 20STDs: The Silent EpidemicAn epidemic is the occurrence of more cases of a disease than expected.STDs are said to be a “silent epidemic” among teens and young adults.
12 STDs: The Silent Epidemic Section 2 What Are Sexually Transmitted Diseases?Chapter 20STDs: The Silent EpidemicMany STDs are asymptomatic, which means you can have the disease without any symptoms.When there are no symptoms, a person may spread the disease without knowing it.Sexually active people should undergo regular testing for STDs.
13 Section 2 What Are Sexually Transmitted Diseases? Chapter 20STDs and TeensBehaviors that put teens at risk of STDs include:being sexually activehaving more than one sexual partnerhaving a sexual partner who has had multiple sexual partnersusing alcohol or drugs
14 Chapter 20 Preventing STDs Section 2 What Are Sexually Transmitted Diseases?Chapter 20Preventing STDsThings you can do to protect yourself from STDs include:practicing abstinencestaying away from alcohol and drugsrespecting yourselflearning the facts about STDs
15 Chapter 20 Preventing STDs Section 2 What Are Sexually Transmitted Diseases?Chapter 20Preventing STDsThings you can do to protect yourself from STDs also include:choosing friends who influence you positivelygetting plenty of restgoing out as a groupbeing aware of your emotions
16 Chapter 20 Preview Bellringer Key Ideas How Are STDs Spread? Section 3 Common STDsPreviewBellringerKey IdeasHow Are STDs Spread?STDs Can Cause Permanent DamageBeing Responsible About STDs
17 Chapter 20Section 3 Common STDsBellringerList the ways that STDs are transmitted from one person to another.
18 Chapter 20Section 3 Common STDsKey IdeasDescribe how STDs can be spread from one person to another.List examples of ways in which STDs can damage a person’s health.Identify the symptoms and treatments of common bacterial STDs.Describe the symptoms and treatments of common STDs caused by viruses and parasites.State the responsibilities of people who think they may be infected with an STD.
19 Chapter 20 How Are STDs Spread? Ways that STDs are spread include: Section 3 Common STDsHow Are STDs Spread?Ways that STDs are spread include:any sexual activity that brings a person in contact with body fluids from an infected personany sexual activity in which one person’s genitals contacts another person’s skin or mucous membranesdirect contact with open soresa mother to her baby before or during birth, or during breast-feeding
20 Chapter 20 How Are STDs Spread? Section 3 Common STDsHow Are STDs Spread?Most STDs CANNOT be spread by the following:KissingSharing eating utensilsHolding handsUsing public toilets
21 STDs Can Cause Permanent Damage Chapter 20Section 3 Common STDsSTDs Can Cause Permanent DamageSome STDs, such as herpes, cannot be cured.Some STDs can cause miscarriages or infant blindness.Being informed about STDs can help you avoid them.If you think you might have been exposed to an STD, see a doctor as soon as possible
37 Chapter 20 Being Responsible About STDs Section 3 Common STDsBeing Responsible About STDsIf you think you might have an STD:seek medical help right away.complete the full course of medication.have follow-up testing done.avoid all sexual activity while being treated.notify all sexual partners.